TRIXIE Gambling Tower Activity Strategy Game Dog Toy

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About This Item

  • Strategy game dispenses treats when pups pull the right loops.
  • Beginner-level difficulty level works well for novice dogs.
  • Hide treats in the tower or under the cones for extra fun.
  • Appropriate for dogs of all ages.
  • Comes with a tips and tricks training booklet.

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7 Customer Questions


how big is this toy? I have A Dane and Great Pyrenees, they have large mouths and I'm concerned about the small parts in the disclaimer.
Answer by ChewyJan 04, 2021
This toy is 9.75 inches long, 9.75 inches wide and 10.5 inches inches high. This is designed for medium breeds and would be too small for larger breeds.

Where is this product manufactured?
Answer by ChewyMar 13, 2020
This toy is manufactured in China.

How do you clean this? Can I put it in the dishwasher?
Answer by ChewyJan 16, 2020
The Trixie Gambling Tower Activity Strategy Game Dog Toy is dishwasher safe.

Is there any way to take the clear tower off the toy stand?
Answer by ChewyDec 10, 2020
The tower can be taken off the stand for cleaning by following these steps: 1) Turn the item upside down and remove the bottom cap. 2) Remove the weight. 3) Use a screwdriver to pull back each tab. 4) Pull the tower away from the base.


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38 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Koda on Apr 29, 2022

Poor pup, but the cat!

My pup could not figure out how to pull the levels out, he tried, but hasn’t gotten it yet, on the other hand my cat it loving this puzzle and has already completed it multiple times


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AussieMama on Feb 5, 2022

Best Toy Ever

This is a great toy. It's probably my Aussie's favorite puzzle toy. It gives him something to be engaged in and is great to play with right before or right after his hardest puzzle toy.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Fion on Jan 5, 2022

pretty easy

my dog is a standard goldendoodle, very smart took her about 10 minutes to figure the entire tower game . way too easy for her. I was just a little disappointed but now realize how darn smart she is (:


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By MelBelle on Aug 11, 2021

Okay game- we like it

This game is pretty good. Dog figured it out fairly quick but it was fun watching him. Negative about it is we can not get it apart to put back in box for storage!! Pulled my hardest and can’t get the plastic tube out!! It feels like we’re going to break it if we keep trying & because of that I wouldn’t recommend product. Should come apart easier. Should have a ‘twist n lock’ type set up. I


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Bruiser on Jul 23, 2021

Don't recommend

I have a boxer. The cylinder is 2 pieces held together with plastic clips. After about 1 month of use my dog has damaged two of the clips holding the 2 pieces together. I applied shipping tape to hold the 2 pieces together. I would not recommend this item. I had another item made by this manufacturer that my dog also used his wisdom to take apart and I had to improvise to hold it together. I question if this manufacturer "dog tests" their products. I bought 4 Trixie products and within a short time my dog damaged two. Does Trixie and Chewy dog test items before selling?


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sferris on Jul 12, 2021

Minutes of Entertainment

I have 2 dogs, 20 lbs. terrier mix & 50 lbs. mutt. I was extremely surprised that the terrier solved this in less than a minute. Oh here's string, think I'll pull it with my teeth, here's another I'll pull this, & I'll pull this one too. Awesome! Look at all the food! This isn't even slightly challenging for her. My bigger dog likes to use his paws instead so it does take him a few minutes. This is easily tipped over, so I would recommend either keeping a finger on the top or your foot on the base. Sneaky bigger dog saw me open the top to put the food in, so he removed the top & attempted to shove his muzzle & tongue down the tube to lick up the food. Quite amusing to watch. I am personally not a fan of the pieces that can be filled then tipped upside down, a slight touch from the dog knocks them over & glorious food spills out. Not challenging at all. I am still giving this 5 stars as the dogs find it fun and it is much easier to fill than other Trixie games that I have. As always, if you have a puppy or a dog that like to chew, you will need to watch them carefully as these are perfect chew toys.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Shelby on Apr 9, 2021

Great brain activity

I bought this for my young puppy who is super smart and curious about everything. He was definitely frustrated at first because he could smell his treats but didn’t know how to get them. The first few times I had to help him out and encourage him to pull the trays out and knock over the pins. But once he got the hang of it he loves it. It doesn’t take him very long to do it anymore since he knows exactly what to do but still provides the enrichment that I was aiming for. Also helps with fast eaters. My puppy gulps up his food but when I spread out his food in puzzles, it encourages slow eating. Definitely one of his favorite puzzles.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Birdmomma on Apr 20, 2021
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Flawed but potential

We love puzzles in this house - humans, dogs, cats, and parrots. We are all even great with sharing puzzles. But this one was a disappointment. It does have potential but many flaws. Once realizing this is quite a small puzzle I tried with the littlest dog (6lb toy breed), the strings to work the tower sections were oddly placed and hard to reach given the diameter of the base. Next were the cats, again the tower shelves would get stuck if not pulled straight out. Next came the cleaning process, it needed to be cleaned before offering to the parrot (amazon). Cleaning this little thing was a feat in itself. The shelves in the tower were heavy and parrot was not a fan when they landed on his toes once he was able to pull them out. Then next was the smartest and largest dog (70lb GS mix), the puzzle would topple or again the shelves needed to be pulled out straight which is quite hard for animals to do.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By GoldendoodleMom on Apr 15, 2021

Done in minuets

This was the first interactive toy we've got for him. 11 week old Goldendoodle and he problems solved quick but he also learned by the 2nd time we gave it to him for play he realised he could knock it over very easily. Not very happy. He also learned that he could knock out the pieces without much effort by tapping the top cover which doesnt secure in place. Expected it to not be easily knocked over.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By MilaMonster on Apr 14, 2021

The idea is great! ....

Already know my shih tzu is overly intelligent which is why I tried puzzles. It took her a few minutes to solve the puzzle the 1st time. That lasted 2 days. Now I can't even put treats in it before she is tearing it apart. This is her 1st puzzle. I started her at a level 2. I recommend this for a less intelligent dog or for dog younger than 1yo.